A file of student records contains name, gender (M or F), age (in years) and marital status (single or married) for each student.
Design an algorithm that will read through the file and calculate the numbers of married men, single men, married women and single women.
Print these numbers on a student summary report.
If any single men are over 30 years of age, print their names and ages on a separate eligible bachelors report.
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Design of Algorithm
As main structures we’ll use a DOWHILE to cover the entire file (until EOF), regular IF statements for querying marital status and indexes to compute the requested number of students.
BACHELOR REPORT & SUMMARY REPORT
PRINT_’STUDENT SUMMARY REPORT’ heading
PRINT ‘ELIGIBLE BACHELOR REPORT’ heading
SET TOTAL_STUDENTS ->0
DOWHILE (NOT EOF)
IF FILE_STUDENT_RECORD= ‘S’ THEN...
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